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Old 03-21-2022, 12:13 PM   #57
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I use this tool kit from Harbor Freight plus a cordless drill & various stepped bits and screwdriver adapters.

https://www.harborfreight.com/media/...3/63248_W3.jpg

Just for general repair anything big and I’m headed to the nearest repair facility. I also carry PEX pipe cutter and crimper and an electrical test kit with wire stripper. 1 case for the tool kit and a bag for the other stuff.
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Old 03-21-2022, 07:25 PM   #58
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I have a full Dewalt set {5} 18 volt four drawers of sockets both Met and Sae 2 sets of wrenches and set of vice grips {6}. Hammers 3. Drills screws soldering iron electrical tools with all splices etc.....take it all.
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Old 03-22-2022, 04:24 AM   #59
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1,000# of tools?

I carry the standard tools in my DP. I agree thereís no need to bring everything you may possibly need. Just No need to carry all that weight around. If/when itís needed buy one of barrow it at that time. Maintance your vehicle like it was a plane- by the way I carry a very small tool kit in my plane. Maintance is cheaper that a repair on the road. Replacing those tires every 3-5 years is cheaper then repair blown tire damage to your rig!!!
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I only got through reading page 1 responses and didn't see a soldering gun and heat gun mentioned. If they were listed in later pages, sorry.
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Old 03-22-2022, 10:35 AM   #61
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I only got through reading page 1 responses and didn't see a soldering gun and heat gun mentioned. If they were listed in later pages, sorry.
In a pinch the DW's hair dryer works fine and one less thing to carry.
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Enough to rebuild almost everything. My half basement storage has spare parts for both main and gen. fuses. hose fittings air lines and fittings. Electric tote, wire, lights, fuses, relays, soldering iron. Large impact 1 in, spare tire for long trips. 315R80 22.5 is not a stock item. Small battery tools and screws, nuts and bolts. Tool box, even a large adjustable wrench, pipe wrench. I'm a diy guy. I will have most things fixed before you get help or hit a store. Makes even more sense on the road. I have the room. All in nice totes. 45 ft DP.
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I only got through reading page 1 responses and didn't see a soldering gun and heat gun mentioned. If they were listed in later pages, sorry.
Sorry I'm late. Got that covered.
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